British Wildlife 16.6 August 2005

The ecology and management of drawdown zones

When water levels fall in lakes and reservoirs, previously submerged parts of the banks are exposed to the air. This causes a dramatic change in these locations from an aquatic to a terrestrial environment and has major influence on the animal and plant life found there.

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